Ambassadors in Bloomsbury Hotel, London
Reviews - Ambassadors in Bloomsbury Hotel
- Age Group: 18 - 25
- From: United Kingdom
- Traveller type: Young Couple
- Age Group: 41 - 50
- From: United States
- Traveller type: Other
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Good from far but far from goodfrom jstevenh
The room was the smallest I have ever seen anywhere. When you exited from the right side of the bed your feet were in the bathroom. The bathroom was really just a shower with a sink and a toilet on the side. While sitting on the toilet your feet are in the shower. The shower was installed in such a way that you could not turn up the water over a certain temperature which meant I took almost cold showers for a week. In addition, there was no room to put anything in the bathroom or in the room in general.
The bed was comfortable but that is the only saving grace of this hotel. I left the hotel and moved to the Apex in town (highly recommended). Since I booked online I lost the amount I already spent on the last two nights but it was worth it. I was being joined by my partner at the end of the week and there was absolutely no way two adults could live in this room.
Loved it!from A TripAdvisor Member
As soon as they learned we were on a honeymoon they surprised us with a bottle of wine in the room. The service was impeccable! The restaurant is pleasant and the food is delicious. Another surpirse, however, was waiting for us in the morning, the breakfast, a huge buffet with everything on it. I was a bit warried when I read the other comment and I was double surprised when I saw the rooms and experienced the hospitality. I even spoke to the Manager who nicly explained me the changes they made thouout the whole Hotel. I will visit the Ambassadors again and I reccomend it!
A big disappointmentfrom greeny_4
Room Ok, rather small for the price and nothing like the picture on the website. Comfortable and clean, but no storage space at all. However, bathroom was nice.
For the price I paid, average £121 per night, a very big disappointment.
ve Ever Stayed At In Londonfrom A TripAdvisor Member
Stylish new roomsfrom A TripAdvisor Member
Friendly servicefrom A TripAdvisor Member
To be avoidedfrom A TripAdvisor Member
The bar/lounge is pleasant, but have a look at the bottles behind the bar and ignore the drinks list that's on the table: I found that roughly half of the drinks I was interested in, was unavailable. No Grolsch, no Glenmorangie, not a single drop of brandy. The Calvados that I chose after the third "no" was generous :-)
The good news is that it's very close to Euston Station and that there's a very good Nepalese restaurant within walking distance. The Indian place around the corner is average.
Do not stay at this hotel !!!from A TripAdvisor Member
What a letdownfrom anothermne1
Not too badfrom A TripAdvisor Member
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Other names for Ambassadors in Bloomsbury Hotel
- ambassadors hotel london
- ambassadors bloomsbury
- Address: 12 Upper Woburn Place - London - England - WC1H 0HX - United Kingdom
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